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Five documents and a bar from the same soldier, who is he?


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I bought this little batch of diplomas that seem to belong to the same soldier, and I’d like to know his name and rank.

It was decorated with the order of the sacred treasure of 4th class and the order of the rising sun (5th class?)

He was also decorated with the Russo Japanese War Medal of 1904/1905, the Hiro Hito Coronation Medal and the Japan 2600 Years Medal

With this diploma was the bar of medals. I am not sure that the bar is vintage because the ribbons look "very fresh" and not faded.... I would like to have Nick’s opinion on this medal bar, it seems to me that it is a reconstruction ?

Patout

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6 hours ago, PATOUT said:

I bought this little batch of diplomas that seem to belong to the same soldier, and I’d like to know his name and rank.

 

 

山縣百合態 - Yamagata Yuritai
輜重兵 - Transportation Corps
特務曹長 /Tokumu Sōchō/ - Special Duty Sergeant Major

 

Later (in 1928)


陸軍大尉  /Rikugun-Tai-i/ Captain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 hours ago, PATOUT said:

 

It was decorated with the order of the sacred treasure of 4th class and the order of the rising sun (5th class?)

 

 

The document is for 6th class rising sun. 

Issued on 05.11.1901

 

 

7 hours ago, PATOUT said:

I would like to have Nick’s opinion on this medal bar, it seems to me that it is a reconstruction ?

 

 

Looks like put together medal bar.

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Hello Nick


Once again thank you for this valuable help.... you are really unavoidable.

 I am glad to learn that the medal bar "could be !!" original

Thanks

Patout

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